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Explore the Broads 7


overlooking Reedham Water. The boat takes up to six passengers (at driver’s discretion). Trips (50 minutes) April, May, October: weekends, bank holidays and local half-term only at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm June-September: daily at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm Cost £8 adult, £7 child and concession, £25 family (up to two adults and two children – not suitable for children under two) Bookings Toad Hole Cottage, 01692 678763, or visit the other Broads Information Centres


Wildlife Walking Trail Walk along the trail to see wildlife for all seasons, and in June and August look out for huge and very rare swallowtail butterfl ies. Open April, May, October: daily 10.30am-5pm June-September: daily 9.30am-5pm Cost £3 adult, £1.50 child, includes guide booklet


Riverside walks Take a walk around How Hill and to see Buttle Marsh, part of the reserve that has been adapted to provide an environment to encourage the bittern. Buttle is one of the old local names for a bittern, one of the rarest birds in the Broads. Bitterns use Buttle Marsh for feeding; in the spring, listen for their booming call. The riverside footpath continues to Ludham Bridge and St Benet’s Abbey. Alternatively, from the staithe, you can take a short stroll upriver


to Boardman’s Mill and Clayrack Mill. The path then goes on to Sharp Street.


How Hill Tearoom Enjoy a delicious selection of homemade cakes, scones and sandwiches, plus locally made ice creams (also available at Toad Hole Cottage), and hot and cold drinks. The How Hill Trust hopes to open the tearoom from Easter to the beginning of September, please contact them for further information. You can read about How Hill gardens to visit on page 30. How Hill Trust 01692 678555 howhilltrust.org.uk


More info VisitTheBroads.co.uk/information-centres As well as the regular trips on Liana, Ra and the Electric Eel, we also take group bookings at other times, including special dawn and evening trips.


Discover Carlton Marshes


• Explore nature trails • Discover the Playscape • Stunning views • Café & gift shop • Nest cameras • Free to visit


Carlton Colville, Lowestoſt NR33 8HU PAGE 4 MAP REF: E7


www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org


JULIAN CLAXTON


TERRY WHITTAKER


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